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To all the men and women whose work goes unnoticed but forms the basis of our society. Love this piece of hard working people who remind me of those from my own childhood.

I Remember You: Not Forgetting the Undocumented Immigrants of - Mamiverse

Not sure if the origin, or validity, but I love the story and sentimemt. Bravo young man!

If this were my son I wouldn't be mad at him at all for this. Such a young age and this little boy realizes the better things of the world. Faith in humanity can be restored, and it starts with our children.

SEE HOW $3 IN SAVINGS A DAY MIGHT JUST SAVE YOU $45,000.. No gimmicks, just simple math that you can make work for you!!!!!  The article tells you to put the $3 toward your mortgage, but since I rent, I put it toward credit card debt.

The Power of $3 A Day

“Be one who nurtures and builds,… who has an understanding and forgiving heart, [and] who [always] looks for the best in [others].” From #ElderAshton’s http://pinterest.com/pin/24066179232479182 inspiring #LDSconf http://facebook.com/223271487682878 message http://lds.org/general-conference/1992/04/the-tongue-can-be-a-sharp-sword #ShareGoodness

"Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and forgiving heart, who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them." - Marvin J.

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Stephanie Louise Kwolek (July 31, 1923 – June 18, 2014) was an American chemist, whose career at the DuPont company covered over forty years.[1] She is best known for inventing the first of a family of synthetic fibers of exceptional strength and stiffness: poly-paraphenylene terephthalamide—better known as Kevlar. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephanie_Kwolek

Stephanie Kwolek Stephanie Louise Kwolek was born on July 1923 in New Kensington, Pennsylvania. Shortly after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Stephanie Kwolek.

I spoke to John Paul DeJoria. He talked about why companies should listen to the consumer as they develop new products, how he's personally made an impact, why companies should giving back to society, how he overcame a struggle in his career, how he manages his time and his best advice.

John Paul DeJoria: Companies Should Give Back, Not Just Make A Profit

John Paul Dejoria, CEO of Paul Mitchell Hair Care Systems Business Icons with Rags to Riches Stories)

innovator: What if children’s burns healed faster? ANJELICA GONZALEZ is working on it

Video by: Ignacio Torres Looking up from a microscope in her tidy lab, Anjelica Gonzalez pauses to take notes and…

Illegal Farm Worker Becomes Brain Surgeon  "Now, Dr. Alfredo Quiñones- Hinojosa is a respected brain surgeon who directs the Brain Tumor Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital. He says more needs to be done to help those who can follow in his footsteps."

Illegal Farm Worker Becomes Brain Surgeon

Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa: Illegal Farm Worker Becomes Brain Surgeon